Sunday, August 18, 2013

Dive For Your Dinner

Food always tastes a whole heap better when you've got it straight from the source.  Diving for your dinner is also a really nice way to enjoy getting in the sea and seeing bits of the coastline that otherwise get floated over.  We often pass by rocky little nooks and crannies in the coast and, as with so many other things in life, don't take the time to get to know them or appreciate them for what they are.  Swimming around the reefs and boulders at the bottom of the cliffs, a lungful of air pushing at the inside of your chest, looking under every ledge and in every seaweed filled notch means that a whole lot more time is spent exploring small patches of the coast and getting to know it more intimately.  And if we come home with dinner then all the better, although the fish have a habit of making sure that it doesn't always work out like that.

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